Representatives for Judah 1, which bills itself as the world’s first Christian-based airline, expect to be operational and in the air by this summer.The prospective airline announced plans in December to start operations at North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field and focus on providing transportation options to missionaries and support efforts across the world.
DENISON, Texas– For 26 years, the Cavanaugh Flight Museum has remodeled historic war planes in Addison, Texas. Now the museum is expanding its restoration project to Grayson County. “We look at it like going to a zoo versus a taxidermy.” said spokesperson for the museum, Scott Slocum.
North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field may soon be home to the first and only Christian airline.Representatives for the non-profit Judah 1 announced plans to start operations of a new airline aimed at providing transportation for missionaries and support efforts across the world, with NTRA serving as its base of operations.Judah 1 founder Everett Aaron said the organization will not be a charter service, but will instead offer tickets to groups and individuals to remote areas for
Sept. 29–After nearly six years of effort, North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field will be included in the Federal Aviation Administration’s federal contract tower program. This inclusion will allow the FAA to fully fund the operations of the airport’s lone control tower.
After nearly six years of effort, North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field will be included in the Federal Aviation Administration’s federal contract tower program.
This major accomplishment would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of many individuals.
For more than six years, representatives for Grayson County have pushed to have North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field included in a Federal Aviation Administration program aimed at funding manned control towers.
On Tuesday, inspectors from the Federal Aviation Administration came to Grayson County’s North Texas Regional Airport in Denison to see if their control tower met federal standards. “We passed with flying colors,” said county judge Bill Magers. The airport has spent roughly $100,000 over the past few months making changes to the tower like adding a new weather system and updating communication equipment.
Officials with North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field still anticipate that the airport could be included in the Federal Aviation Administration’s federal contract tower program as early as Oct. 1.
For the first time in more than 45 years, planes took off and landed on both parallel runways at North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field Thursday morning. Airport officials reopened the 4,000-foot 17-Right runway following a $70,000 restoration project.The runway was decommissioned in 1971 with the closure of the airbase and its transition to a general aviation airport.
Grayson County Judge Bill Magers said it was just a little over two years ago that Grayson County, the Regional Mobility Authority and Texas Aviation Partners entered into an agreement that for the first time in North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field’s history saw a management company running the airport.Magers said since that was new ground for the county and the airport, they put the contract on a two-year review schedule that allowed Texas Aviation Partners to terminate the
June 21–The control tower at North Texas Regional Airport — Perrin Field could be funded by the Federal Aviation Administration by year’s end, officials with the airport said Thursday. The news came as part of the airport manager’s report dur